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The latest news and technology solutions to improve your company’s mobility infrastructure. From articles on mobility planning, initial set-up and expansion, to the newest technological advancements and business strategies, including BYOD, and more. We’ll keep you Connected with our Mobile Technology News.


Mobile Device Utilized in the Field

Are you looking for ways to make your field service team more efficient? If your workers still take notes with pen and paper in the field, you might soon find yourself at a competitive disadvantage. Relying on the clipboard just isn’t going to cut it anymore, listen here to find out why.

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Keeping Your Network Secure in a BYOD Environment

It Doesn’t Have to Be a Headache

by Bob Perciaccante | 11.26.13

Hard to escape these days is the trend toward bring your own device (BYOD). Many end-users now own consumer grade devices that nevertheless have comparable computing power to their work devices, and now they want to use their own devices to get work done. Organizations want happy, productive employees, so BYOD seems like a winning strategy, but how do you keep your network and your data secure when you open up access to new devices? Here are some important considerations, tips, and advice on how you can implement BYOD at your organization—and keep your data secure.

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Apple iOS in Business

Taking Care of Business with iOS

Go Mobile with Apple’s Trusted Operating System

by Teri Grossheim | 11.22.13

There’s no doubt mobile technologies are quickly becoming part of the employee toolset as many organizations roll out BYOD initiatives or distribute corporate-owned devices. In many cases, management and executives are choosing iOS devices, as enterprise initiatives or even by executive users’ demand. Personal technologies deliver tremendous flexibility to your workforce but also present various control and security concerns. If you decide to go mobile, you’ll need to change your approach to delivering services, managing support, and protecting your assets. What’s more, Apple—and more specifically, iOS devices—are traditionally thought of as consumer products, separate from traditional enterprise technologies. But we can see that perception beginning to change. Are those devices truly ready for business? Read on for insights into iOS features and integration feasibility.

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Put the Right Mobile Devices in Your Users' Hands

Balance the Desire for New Technology with the Need for Security

by Mike Vanderkieft | 10.22.13

Over the past few years, organizations have increasingly moved away from the traditional desktop PC and toward more mobile computing platforms. Users are clamoring for devices with innovative features, intuitive controls, and seamless connectivity—like those they enjoy at home. Not only that, but new form factors and new technology can revolutionize the way your users create, collaborate, and communicate. Not surprisingly, touchscreen tablets are at the top of most users’ wish lists, as they offer the most compelling feature sets. But what is the best way to securely integrate a fleet of tablets into your organization? Read on, and I’ll tell you.

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BYOD Security

BYOD, Security, and You

Make Sure You Cover All Your Bases

by Rich Faille | 09.06.13

By now, you’re probably well aware of the growing trend of BYOD and how important it is to put a security plan in place for the employee-owned devices that will be accessing your organization’s network and data. Read on, and I’ll give you a rundown of five things to make sure you consider before you begin to implement BYOD at your organization. 

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